In the workplace, disputes arise on a regular basis. For example, employees may believe they have been discriminated against, subjected to unfair labor practices, harassed or wrongfully terminated. In other cases, there may be questions about the safety of the work conditions or if the employer has complied with all governing laws and regulations. Some disputes can be resolved through negotiation, while others may need to be decided by the courts. Employment litigation can become quite complicated, however, and requires the guidance of experienced commercial litigation attorneys.
At Momkus LLP, we represent clients in virtually all matters related to employment litigation. Our commercial and civil litigation team works closely with our appellate practice group to provide comprehensive representation that considers all known factors and puts our clients in a position to succeed. Our team is responsive, compassionate and dedicated to protecting the interests of each client we serve.
Our attorneys have extensive experience litigating a wide range of employment disputes, including:
Our employment litigation attorneys represent clients before numerous state and federal courts, as well as administrative bodies. These include the trial and appellate courts, and administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Illinois Department of Human Rights (IDHR), and various municipal agencies.
Full Service Employment Litigation Representation
At Momkus LLP, we represent clients in all phases of the employment litigation process, including dispositive motions, trial and appeal as well as arbitration/mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. In addition, we counsel clients on how to avoid labor and employment disputes (or dispute escalations) in the first place. We draft, negotiate and review employment and separation agreements with an eye toward avoiding litigation. We also advise clients on development and implementation of effective workplace protocols and human resources policies to ensure that they are in full compliance with all local, state and federal laws and regulations.